An Obo Manobo carries his harvest of “tahiti” (Tiger Grass) used to produce walis tambo, locally known as walis paypay in Magpet, North Cotabato. Tiger grass is grown for a year before it can be harvested. It takes around 45 minutes to make a broom. Many of the Obo Manobo rely on broom-making for livelihood. They sell the brooms at 100 pesos for a set of three. On the background is the Tausavan Falls, accessible via a 15-minute drive on paved road from the town of Magpet. Photo by JULES BENITEZ
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